A junco /ˈdʒʌŋkoʊ/, genus Junco, is a small North American bird. Junco
systematics are still confusing after decades of research, with various authors ...
Dark-eyed Juncos are neat, even flashy little sparrows that flit about forest floors
of the western mountains and Canada, then flood the rest of North America for ...
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Dark-eyed Juncos are often called “Snowbirds,” possibly due to the fact that they
are more likely to visit feeding stations during snowy periods.
The Dark-eyed Junco is commonly found in Washington in two forms, the Oregon
and the Slate-colored. It is unclear whether other races of Dark-eyed Junco ...
For instance, Dark-eyed Juncos in the Pacific Northwest may have a reddish
back and a dark “hood” (Oregon race), while Dark-eyed Juncos in the northeast
Juncos: What do we know? From Mark Szantyr: While I enjoy debating the
geographic origin of first year Herring Gulls as much as the next guy, and hey,
Dark-eyed Junco: Medium-sized sparrow with considerable geographic color
variation, although all exhibit a pink bill, dark eyes, white belly, and dark-centered
The dark-eyed junco is one of the most common and familiar small birds in North
America. Dark-eyed juncos from different areas vary quite considerably in size, ...
Dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis) breed from Alaska and central Yukon to
Labrador and Newfoundland, south to central coastal California, in the mountains